Min Yi
Southern Medical University
Cardiac function curveG protein-coupled receptorReceptorIn vivoHypothalamusInfarctionPancreatic polypeptideAngiogenesisPeptide YYStem cellMyocardial infarctionSignal transductionHormoneMedicineParacrine signallingCrosstalk (biology)BiologyNeuropeptide Y receptorCell biologyPharmacology
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: Although numerous therapies are widely applied clinically and stem cells and/or biomaterial based in situ implantations have achieved some effects, few of these have observed robust myocardial regeneration. The beneficial effects on cardiac function and structure are largely acting through paracrine signaling, which preserve the border-zone around the infarction, reduce apoptosis, blunt adverse remodeling, and promote angiogenesis. Ionic extracts from biomaterials have been proven to stimulate...
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#1Min Yi (Southern Medical University)H-Index: 2
#2Hekai Li (Southern Medical University)H-Index: 6
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Human neuropeptide Y (hNPY) is one of the most widely expressed neurotransmitters in the human central and peripheral nervous systems. It consists of 36 highly conserved amino acid residues, and was f
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